Sunday, December 05, 2010

Nice Win!

It was hard not to love the men's basketball team's performance last evening at Levien Gym as they pulled out a 73-72 win over annual rival Stony Brook.

The MVP award may have to go to Coach Kyle Smith who was flying all over the court, not letting the refs get away with anything!


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At Sun Dec 05, 09:15:00 PM GMT+7, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great W by the Hoops team. I saw a lot of the Cornell/Minnesota game last night. Cornell is still a very good team. All 5 players can shoot the three ball effectively.

At Sun Dec 05, 10:08:00 PM GMT+7, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Even when Agho is cold from the floor his all around game continues to improve. I think he had 8 assists last night. His all around court awareness makes him a much better player this year. Frankoski can shoot!

At Mon Dec 06, 03:26:00 AM GMT+7, Anonymous Anonymous said...

this team is learning how to play together. What a great afternoon.

At Mon Dec 06, 05:37:00 AM GMT+7, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Terrific comeback victory by the Lions. Daniels and Frankoski joined with Agho, Ampim and Barbour to spark the huge comeback. Breakout game for John Daniels who won a starting slot in the second half for his standout late first half perfomance. Cisco impressed in the second half. Ampim was outstanding too. Bring on the Ivies!

At Mon Dec 06, 09:42:00 PM GMT+7, Anonymous Anonymous said...

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At Mon Dec 06, 11:13:00 PM GMT+7, Anonymous Anonymous said...

One thing that was striking about this comeback is that it took place without Coach Smith using a timeout. He seemed to have confidence in the team playing though their sluggish start and Stony Brook's scorching one. The team responded by playing more intense basketball while not tightening up, except perhaps at the very end. This team is very exciting to watch, as it has an array of weapons in development- for instance Frankoski to disposeof the matchup zone. Also, did anyone else notice how strange many calls and no calls were on Saturday? I think there was was one over the top call on either Cisco or Daniels without a Stony Brook player in sight.


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